A Critical Sense: Interviews with Intellectuals
The interviews gathered in A Critical Sense bring together many of the leading figures of contemporary radical theory in a single volume. Moving freely between philosophy, politics and cultural studies, they offer a fascinating overview of today's intellectual Left. All the interviews follow the same underlying structure: starting from questions about the interviewee's influences and formative years, they move on, via critical exchanges about key concepts and ideas, to reflections on political issues and recent events. Peter Osborne's introduction situates the interviews within the broader history of the relations between philosophers, academics and public intellectuals.
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1 Institution and Autonomy
2 Lacan in Slovenia
3 The Legacy of Marx
4 Orientalism and After
5 Critical Theory in Germany Today
6 Gender as Performance
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